The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation
At a time that many think that our nation has submerged itself in such racially polarizing indulgences that there is no way out, there is yet a smouldering spark of fresh hope.
Pastor Miles McPherson is a retired NFL football player of the San Diego Chargers (1982-1985) and former cocaine addict gone national influencer. He’s the founder of Rock Church, one of the nation’s largest churches, with over 18,000 people.
He is an author, speaker, and thought leader, who is passionate about “building” bridges and uniting a divided nation that is searching for meaning, purpose and acceptance. Pastor Miles’ work is inspired by his personal history and struggles with racism, cocaine, and life in the fast lane of living the American Dream.”
He is most known for his down-to-earth and relatable messages that speak to the searching hearts of humanity to be something great, and he is not afraid to talk about “tough issues,” such as racism and addiction.
This interview with Bishop T.D Jakes, senior pastor at The Potters House gives all of us marching orders toward a more unified existence without ignoring the difficulties that must be reversed! It’s a very thoughtful discussion for the betterment of #humanity! The conversation deserves our attention! #thethirdoption